An Alliance of Flavours
- When Bramble met Gin -
STAYING TRUE TO
IN EVERY SENSE
Why is there a unicorn on our label? Because Braemble is Scottish at heart, and this mythical creature is our national animal. Wild, beautiful, bold, proud and elusive, the unicorn is the perfect embodiment of all that Braemble represents. A rare beauty indeed.
BY THE WAY –
It reflects an old Scots pronunciation of bramble, of course. There’s bramble, also brembel and bremble. Then there’s Braemble, which has no variants. It is unique. And it’s the old (or auld) Scottish (or Scots) spelling we prefer. It’s true to our origins and, in every sense, our spirit.
TAKE THE HUMBLE BRAMBLE, RIPENING DARK AND SWEET. CAREFULLY, GENTLY HARVEST I T. SLOWLY REDUCE IT TO ITS LUSH, FRUITY, ESSENCE.
Introduce it to fine London Dry Gin. Let the two become acquainted.
The resulting Gin liqueur is graceful and elegant, reflecting its unique pedigree.
Striking hedgerow blackberry mingled with juniper and dark stone fruit.
Earthy wild blackberry merges into classic fresh juniper gin. (Damson and red plum undertones.) Hints of malty sweetness and fresh citrus. Complex and fruity.
Initially rich autumnal fruit bursts from the glass enhanced by classic juniper and citrus. A robust and warming taste of late summer bounty.